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Mar 18 2019

If you’re waking up in the morning with neck pain, there is something you can do to improve your night’s sleep. Some causes—like the wear and tear of aging, arthritis, or even an injury like a slipped disk—may be out of your control. But there are some things you can control. Take a look at the four issues described below to see if you recognize anything that could be the cause of your neck pain.

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Mar 11 2019

If you are tired of living in pain and want to avoid invasive back surgery, find a Doctor of Chiropractic that cares about their patients. Chiropractic care is a course of treatment that is designed specifically for you, the patient, depending on the nature of your condition, how long it has been present, and your ultimate goal of wellness. Do you want to just-get-by each day, or do you want to achieve complete wellness? Most patients will testify that chiropractic care is not just a pain-killer, but that it keeps the pain away by taking care of the root cause.

Just because your pain has been eased doesn’t mean the problem is gone. A common mistake is to ignore the problem once the pain is gone---and then only to find that the problem may return all too soon. Your Dr of Chiropractic may recommend further treatment to stabilize the vulnerable area and prevent reoccurrences of the problem.

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Feb 18 2019

Many people want to find a low back pain cure that will take care of their back pain once and for all! However, if there is any interference between the spinal column and the nervous system, they will continue to experience pain. Here are a few facts about these two systems:

  • Nervous System: The nervous system is the center of your thoughts, memory, learning, and consciousness. All of your internal organs receive the nerve supply from your spine.
  • Spinal Column: The spine consists of 24 vertebrae plus the sacrum and coccyx.  It has four main functions:  enclose and protect the spinal cord; support the hips and shoulders; serve as an attachment to the muscles, and support the head and ribs.
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